Beautiful, aren’t they? They are the blossoms of almond trees! Almonds are native to Iran and surrounding countries. The U.S. grows them mainly in California. Tasty and nutritious, almond trees require a LOT of water, which is in short supply in CA. But CA does generate a lot of water – from, wait for it – drilling for oil…! Yes, drilling for oil generates gazillions of wastewater from the earth. Now, this wastewater is toxic, but it CAN be treated/cleaned safely for use in agriculture – like growing almond trees. And, it can be treated onsite at the drilling pad – this water doesn’t have to be shipped offsite for treatment – a very expensive trip indeed. Learn more about how IX Power Clean Water (IX Water) is making this possible at: